The book starts off great with a captivating plot of an apocalyptic future - but then it takes a wrong turn and looses some of its mystery. The ending, however, is the most disappointing part of the book - it is somewhat forced, as though the writer has ran out of ideas for the book's ending, or if this ending was planned in advance - it hadn't come out right.
This book would be better if it were condensed, maybe even a lot. For me, it is a slow read - I'm having a difficult time staying interested. In fact, I have listened to seven other books while still trying to finish this one.
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I didn't listen to the entire thing. After giving it 2 hrs of my ear, I just couldn't handle the readers voice. Maybe if someone else reads it the book might be more appealing. :J
Think about every paranormal, alien-invasion, parallel universe, time-warp and supernatural story you've ever heard. Dump them all into a mixer and set the machine's dial to "liquify." That's this book. Previous reviewers' use of the word "disjointed" was exceedingly kind.
Just more political global warming B.S.Where all conservatives are evil.Would like my money back , I stop listening half way through.
Just terrible. I don't even know why I finished listening to it - I guess because I have enjoyed some of Streiber's previous work and was hoping it would get better. It was saccharin, maudlin and redundant. The basic premise and driving story line, sans all the ridiculous Harlequin Romance-style details with repetitive and bizarre descriptions of bodily functions, odors, tastes and unnecessary lame sex, could have been summed up in half the time and to much better effect. This was supposed to be a sci-fi thriller not a sappy homily on love of family. I am actually kind of shocked it was so bad. I want to scream to get it out of my head!
Having heard many an interview on Coast to Coast AM it feels like he is writing what he thinks he is actually experiencing a lot of the time, for example in an interview this year he talks about passing into parallel Worlds whilst driving and later a book with the same idea is released. I wonder if he actually lives inside his stories or his stories are based on what he believes he is experiencing. Either way this is a dreadful book that jumps around too much to make any sense, The Grays is a far better.